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Blogging for Business: Why Do You Need a Blog?

Blogging for Business: Why Do You Need a Blog?

So maybe you’ve heard of how blogging is one of the most powerful tools today that businesses have and how you should really, definitely have one. But why? Is this just more hype to try to get you on the blogging bandwagon or is there an actual purpose to having a blog for your business? This is a legitimate question since it seems so many people are out there looking to give advice these days. Ev...

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April 2016 – Admin Roundup

April 2016 – Admin Roundup

April is here and it’s brought the spring, but it’s also brought a lovely bunch of new posts from our fellow UK bloggers. In this month’s roundup, we have a great selection of posts that will inspire, delight, and entertain. If you’re feeling a bit of writer’s block and unsure what to write about, check out Leanne Marie’s “30 Blog Post Ideas For Every Blog...

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Your blog could help change lives

Your blog could help change lives

The Children’s Society is offering an exciting opportunity for bloggers to join its successful blogging programme by blogging for the Seriously Awkward campaign, which is proudly supported by UK Bloggers. Working with a reputable charity brand can considerably increase and enhance a blogger’s reputation as well as giving them the chance to use their position to influence behaviour and help explain...

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How to.. Google Forms

How to.. Google Forms

We recently added a new rules to the Facebook group, where all opps need to have a private way for people to give their details, I know a few people don’t understand this, so let me start with a quick explanation of why. Sadly we have had multiple instances of people lifting emails to add to newsletters both from people looking to work with bloggers and bloggers themselves, this isn’t ...

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The Art of Asking: Get What You Want as a Blogger

The Art of Asking: Get What You Want as a Blogger

Throughout high school (secondary school), I was crazy about a singer named Amanda Palmer. She is super quirky, a bit moody, amazingly talented and now married to famous writer Neil Gaiman. I went to her small shows in Boston before she hit it big and always loved her energy. No matter if it was just her on piano and 10 weirdoes clad in black clothing or a sold out venue of thousands, she always s...

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New blogging tools from Webfluential

New blogging tools from Webfluential

I previously blogged about Webfluential and their emergence onto the market as a blogger hub for helping monetize your content. They have recently upped their game and have added a whole host of new tools to their website which can help you show off just what you have to offer brands. One of the best parts of the new tool kit is perhaps the ability to build and share a media kit. How to make and w...

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Answers from Shutterstock around copyright

Answers from Shutterstock around copyright

One of the questions that comes up time and time again over in the UK Bloggers Facebook group is the question of copyright around images. Shutterstock, one of the largest online resources for images, have kindly agreed to answer a few of the questions bloggers have been asking on this important topic. Please do note that Shutterstock are US based, so some of these answers pertain to the US rather ...

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Why do you blog?

Why do you blog?

Often bloggers are looked at in the wrong light – while a small minority might be blaggers and in it for the free stuff, they often don’t last long as the reality of blogger is later nights, long hours and a whole lot of work for very little return. We aren’t getting free stuff – that stuff we have to photograph, try, write about and then share via social media, we can neve...

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How I ache to be back there again….

Yes, I am dreaming of escaping to an island so I can see clear blue sea like this…..especially since Autumn has arrived which means it will soon be Winter and that means dark nights snuggled up on the sofa in my onesie watching Downton Abbey in front of a roaring log fire. Yes, I love Autumn, but I also love travelling and seeing, experiencing new things. I have been lucky enough to travel t...

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Freelancer’s Guide: Infographic

Freelancer’s Guide: Infographic

A lot of bloggers, decide to take on freelancing alongside their daily blog work to boost their income, but this step can often seem like a big and confusing move for all those who do it. Where do you start, what should you do, how do you start with becoming freelance? Then of course for some a blog is the perfect place to show off your talent. So here are a few tips for the people over at FreshBo...

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